Futoshi Yokota

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Segmentation of the femur and pelvis from 3D data is prerequisite of patient specific planning and simulation for hip surgery. Separation of the femoral head and acetabulum is one of main difficulties in the diseased hip joint due to deformed shapes and extreme narrowness of the joint space. In this paper, we develop a hierarchical multi-object statistical(More)
Segmentation of the femur and pelvis is a prerequisite for patient-specific planning and simulation for hip surgery. Accurate boundary determination of the femoral head and acetabulum is the primary challenge in diseased hip joints because of deformed shapes and extreme narrowness of the joint space. To overcome this difficulty, we investigated a(More)
PURPOSE A new method for acetabular cartilage segmentation in both computed tomography (CT) arthrography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) datasets with leg tension is developed and tested. METHODS The new segmentation method is based on the combination of shape and intensity information. Shape information is acquired according to the predictable(More)
PURPOSE This study describes the use of CT images in atlas-based automated planning methods for acetabular cup implants in total hip arthroplasty (THA). The objective of this study is to develop an automated cup planning method considering the statistical distribution of the residual thickness. METHODS From a number of past THA planning datasets, we(More)
PURPOSE Determination of acetabular cartilage loss in the hip joint is a clinically significant metric that requires image segmentation. A new semiautomatic method to segment acetabular cartilage in computed tomography (CT) arthrography scans was developed and tested. METHODS A semiautomatic segmentation method was developed based on the combination of(More)
GOAL In the following, we will present a newly developed X-ray calibration phantom and its integration for 2-D/3-D pelvis reconstruction and subsequent automatic cup planning. Two different planning strategies were applied and evaluated with clinical data. METHODS Two different cup planning methods were investigated: The first planning strategy is based(More)
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